This week, we welcome back an old friend of the show, Gabriel Reyes. A talented local artist and former podcaster himself, Gabriel has co-hosted a number of Podcast Stockton shows in the past. It's great to have him back on the show! Gabriel recently took part in the Upside Down art show at Empresso, featuring local art based on the Netflix series "Stranger Things". On this episode of Podcast Stockton, we feature a great interview with Brandon Piasecki. Brandon is a high school chemistry teacher at Stockton Collegiate in downtown Stockton, but that barely scratches the surface of who Brandon is and what he does in Stockton. As a talented musician, and using the name Mista P, Brandon created some impressive YouTube videos to help teach chemistry principles to his students. He also recently released an EP, Touch The World, recorded at Press Recording Studio in downtown Stockton. The proceeds from which will go toward his Grace Notes Music Project to give local students the chance to record music in a professional recording studio. As the hype man for Channel Brewing, Brandon helped get the Kickstarter campaign off the ground and helps put on events for the brewery. Brandon is also a member of Little Free Library Stockton and is the host of the Third City Podcast. Follow Brandon on Instagram @mrp_chemistry and Twitter @mrp_chemistry. The music for episode 105 is "Collide Someday" from Brandon's new EP, Touch The World. Check out the whole EP at brandonjames209.bandcamp.com. We also played a sample of "What's the Table For?", the video is a must-see! We want to hear from you and would love to hear your feedback and comments. Leave us a message anytime, or text us, at 209-565-3229 or send your e-mail to PodcastStockton@gmail.com. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @podcaststockton and Instagram @podcaststockton. Listen below or click here to download the audio. Or right click / control click to save the audio. Subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher or Google Play Music. Podcast Stockton is Matt Beckwith, Susan Spracher, Rod Villagomez, Greg Bahr, Manuel Montes and Gabriel Reyes.